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The Photo Life Podcast- An Interview with Parris Wittingham

Emerge from the Ether This week we speak with New York photographer Parris Whittingham about his mission to create a new kind of love story, why it is vital to trust your client to help tell that story and how the struggles of our education system are too often mirrored in the industry of making images. About Parris Wittingham Parris Whittingham is a New York wedding photographer on a quest to document remarkable love stories. As part of the millennial generation he serves, Parris delivers a fresh perspective about the emerging family legacies unfolding before us. Through this experience, Parris collaborates with adventurous and art-loving couples who are actively transforming our culture through self-education, global citizenship and social innovation. Parris credits his grandmother and mother

The Photo Life Podcast- An Interview with Alicia J. Rose

Dancing About Architecture In this week’s episode, photographer and director Alicia J. Rose shares stories from behind the lens that’s aimed at the Indie sweethearts music industry. About Alicia J. Rose Alicia J. Rose has been photographing fanciful humans, things and places for as long as she has been playing the accordion as Miss Murgatroid and promoting excellent music. With no formal arts training she procured her own Hasselblad and began capturing her favorite subjects both in-rock & roll and out with extraordinary momentum and a thorough passion. Overwhelmed with the desire to make her images move, in 2008 Rose embarked upon a career as a filmmaker, recently directing lush and visually arresting music videos for Portland bands The Builders And The Butchers, Viva Voce and Loch

The Photo Life Podcast- An Interview with Photographer Alan Weiner

The Road Not Taken In this week’s episode, photographer Alan Weiner discusses stepping away from the big city, outlines the unique challenges of the photojournalist who turns to the world of weddings and reminds us how a single image can actually change the world. About Alan Weiner Alan Weiner is a wedding photographer living in Portland Oregon. He graduated from the University of Missouri with a Bachelor of Journalism degree. Since then he has worked as a contract photographer for The New York Times Atlanta Bureau, a corporate freelance photographer for Pepsi, IBM, Frito Lay, Coke-a-Cola and other, as well as worked with photographer Denis Reggie shooting celebrity weddings and corporate events. Alan also co-founded The Wedding Bureau and has been CEO since it’s beginning in

The Photo Life Podcast- Discovering Personal Work with Matt Mendelsohn

Park that Car, Drop that Phone In this week’s episode, photographer and writer Matt Mendelsohn shares stories from his exciting personal portfolio and discusses why you should occasionally sweep “the bottom line” under the rug and embrace a project simply because you feel it needs to exist. About Matt Mendelsohn In his twenty-three years as a photographer, Matt has covered the White House, crawled around in Egyptian tombs, and photographed celebrities like Jennifer Anniston and Nicole Kidman. He’s been the director of photography of a 27 million circulation weekly, the photo editor of the news section of the nation’s largest newspaper, and has photographed some 450 weddings in the last decade. Matt also worked for the United Press International. There, he covered the White House,

The Photo Life Podcast- An Interview with Jared Platt

The Business End of Your Business In this week’s episode we visit with Jared Platt, Phoenix Photographer and educator, and examine the new pressures that impact us in the digital age. Jared shares some practical workflow advice as well as some philosophical suggestions for keeping your feet on the ground in the modern world. About Jared Platt Jared Platt is a professional wedding photographer from Phoenix, Arizona. Jared holds a Masters of Fine Arts in the Photographic Studies and a Bachelors of Fine Arts in Photography from Arizona State University and has been a professional photographer and college educator for the past 10 years and has been a speaking, debating and lecturing for the past 15 years. His attention to detail and craft make him

The Photo Life Podcast- An Interview with Miki Johnson

You Are the Sum of Your Bytes In this week’s episode we visit with Miki Johnson, former senior editor at American Photo Magazine, and discuss ideas for mastering social media and her exciting Matchstick Workshops, a program encouraging multi-discipline collaboration between creative professionals. Post a review on iTunes for a chance to win a LowePro Fastpack 350. Email podcast@pictage.com after leaving your review. Get to Know Miki Johnson Below Miki shares her background as well as images that shed light on her life and her love of photography. I was born in Athens, Ohio, and received a journalism degree from Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism. As editor of the liveBooks RESOLVE Blog, and before that as senior editor at American Photo Magazine, I both

The Photo Life Podcast- An Interview with Ralph Alswang and Paul Morse

We’re thrilled to launch a new educational and inspirational podcast called The Photo Life. Read more about The Photo Life podcast below as well as listen to the debut episode, an interview with former White House photographers Ralph Alswang and Paul Morse. Welcome to The Photo Life Podcast Everyone loves a good story. The Photo Life was created to inspire and educate professional photographers by exploring creativity and business. The Photo Life podcast is your destination for candid and informative conversations with leading photographers and creative professionals. Tune in, hear their personal stories and learn how they succeed. History in Mirrors May Be Closer Than Appears An interview with former White House photographers Ralph Alswang and Paul Morse In this week’s episode of The Photo Life,

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